Four Spots for Meat Lovers

Monica Petrucci | January 27, 2020 | Food & Drink

Grill_23_Porterhouse_002-0002.jpgPorterhouse from Grill 23


Expect Northern Italian fare at this popular steakhouse in the city. In a relaxed dining room setting, patrons can enjoy an expansive menu with options such as Niman Ranch pork chop, pan-seared Georges Bank sea scallops, fresh handmade pasta and, of course, a variety of juicy steaks. 75 Arlington St., 617.357.4810, $$$

Fogo de Chão

Fogo de Chão offers an upscale feel with a unique dining experience. Opt for the “full churrasco experience” and take part in eating their perfectly cooked and seasoned Brazilian cuts such as alcatra and fraldinha, plus get access to their seasonal market table, which offers a wide array of salads, appetizers and charcuterie. 200 Dartmouth St., 617.585.6300, $$$

Grill 23

This restaurant will satisfy your most extravagant steak craving. That’s because Grill 23 is one of the very few in the country that serves Brandt beef, a superior brand that has earned Master Chefs’ Institute’s Seal of Excellence. Post-dinner, wrap up the luxury experience with their unique cigar service, run by tobacconists at L.J. Peretti Company, a Boston family business. 161 Berkeley St., 617.542.2255, $$$$

STRIP by Strega

This modern steakhouse combines the feeling of an upscale restaurant with a high-end lounge. For dinner, choose from an array of Italian-inspired dishes, like tenderloin pizza and osso bucco, as well as plenty of top-tier steaks crowned with a delicious house truffle butter. Pair your meal with one of the many international wines or a classy signature cocktail. 64 Arlington St., 617.456.5300, $$$$

Photography by: Courtesy of Grill 23